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  1. I know that. I did that and my friend couldn't see the server I created.
  2. How would I do that? All I know how to do is to forward numbered ports. And when side do I do that on? My Windows laptop or the iMac the router is connected to?
  3. I don't see d299dca on any of the download pages.
  4. I don't see what is in that picture in the game.
  5. I did go through the process of opening port 11753 on both UDP and TCP on my 2WIRE router (which is connected to a iMac in our office). I then, to make sure, opened likewise on my Windows Firewall (my computer). Though it does not seem to stick on Inbound Rules. Regardless of what I did, nothing showed up on the server list.
  6. I see. None of the larger and more populated servers are my version.
  7. It now works when I downloaded (OpenRCT2-0.0.3-master-b1500), but now I got this: As far as I was aware, I had the most up to date version of OpenRCT2 (0.0.3).
  8. Well, both OS X and x86 are in the same sort of phrase. Mind pointing out the right one?
  9. I will indeed. And thank you for the welcome, Broxzier.
  10. Like this topic: I too am unable to start the OpenRCT2 Launcher. Just so I can start off on a clean basis, I reinstalled the OpenRCT2 Launcher a few minutes ago. And like the previous topic, I get this:
  11. Okay, but what is it labeled as? I did not see anything clearly labeled as "OpenRCT2 Launcher" or anything along those lines. EDIT: Nevermind, found it. Thank you, jensj12
  12. Hello all, I am completely new to all this. I am wondering, how do I install OpenRCT2? Do I go looking for a .exe file, or dump what is in the folder I downloaded for the latest version of OpenRCT2 (0.0.4 build 00b88c2) after unzipping it? Just for clarification, I have both the Steam version of RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 and CD based version. Here is what I see:
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